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the demands of both home and
On of the houses has been
converted into a lodging where
on the average modern income
a woman can live comfortably,
while the other as equipped as an
up-to-date club, the scene of all
the association's activities.
Here are the official headquar
ters where the officers of the
league will meet with their fol
lowers, a vast lecture hall, used
not only for meetings of the vari
ous clubs composing the league,
and lectures on suffrage, political
economy and other subjects, but
for entertainments. Here, too, on
Wednesday evenings of each
week, Mme. Nordica will give
The club will be equipped with
all of the facilities of the modern
club, dining and tea rooms,
libraries, an up-to-date kitchen,
and a "beauty parlor" where all
sorts of toilet articles may be
When the buildings are com
pleted they will be crowned by a
life-size figure of a woman in
bronze, holding in her uplifted
hand the American flag and the
Belmont suffrage flag.
By W. C. Cotton, M. D.
Headaches, in perhaps nine
cases out of ten, are due to de
rangement of the stomach or
bowels. They are not cured by
The relief caused by these
powders is due to the drugs they
contain. The drugs numb the
pain without removing the
cause. When you have head
headache, change your diet to one
Eat less and chew your food '
more thoroughly. Do not take
headache powders. They are
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AND PAPA DUG UP
Little Dorothea had been doing'
some figuring on her slate.
"Papa," she said, "do you know
that this country' eats about 5
million tons of sugar every
"No, I "don't," answered papa
"is it possible?"
"Yes, papa, I saw it in a pa-
"Well, what of it?"
"Nothing, only you can figure
from that how many pounds ev-'
evry man, woman and child in
America eats." '
"So you can. Well, how
"Twehty persons eat a ton, one
person eats one hundred pounds."
"Isn't that remarkable!"
"Yes, papa, I have never done
that well, have I? I don't believe
I've eaten a twentieth part of my
share, and yet you make a fuss
every time I ask you to "
"That'lUdo. I give up. Here's
a dollar go out and eat yourself
to death on chocolate creams."
There seems to be no kind of
insect powder that is fatal to
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